Question about Televison & Video
HELLO it sounds like a couple of things could be wrong. you could have what they call a dry socket or a bad, cold solder joint. what it means is that on the power supply section of the chassis the tv has gotten so hot that the solder has melted away frrom its connection and it is not making true contact on the chassis. if you know how to solder you can fix this yourself.. you will need some 60/40 rosin core solder and a soldering gun that is not over 40 watts. you will need to go over the connections on the chassis in the power supply section. hope this helps you just remember you must unplug your set before working on it. GOOD LUCK
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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